The incident in March last year was captured on video and subsequently went viral on social media. The Sunday Tribune understands the video will form part of the evidence.
A notice sent to Shivambu for his hearing, read: “The purpose of the hearing is to establish the facts regarding allegations that you physically assaulted, attacked and/or manhandled a journalist, Mr Adrian De Kock of Netwerk24 within the parliamentary precinct.”
De Kock said he wanted Shivambu to apologise properly for what he did to him.
“There’s been more than enough evidence now against Shivambu but nothing has happened. It has just been a waiting process,” said De Kock.